Teun Grondman (1994) is an artist, writer, musician and student of the master Approaching Language at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam.
A lot of his works are playful but earnest and open investigations into the cognitive dissonances of the contemporary world, and into the desire — but constant failure — to grasp everything at once.
Recurring mediums are 3D animation, performance, music and writing.

Together with some other people he organises and presents De Mus, a weekly variety evening in the Torpedo Theater. He is an editor for literary magazine DIG (De Internet Gids). Written work has appeared in Mister Motley, DIG and the Oerol Dagkrant.

Previously, he studied Advanced Technology at the University of Twente and Beeld & Taal at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. He lives in Heesterveld in the Bijlmer.


Photo by Falun Ellie Koos.


© Teun Grondman 202X